And we’re off to a great start on the angst train, who knows what the next stop will be?

I decided to set this story in the snow because I was drawing this for Patreons around Christmas time and I LIKE TO DREAM OKAY? It was ridiculously mild this year but weather was much colder in winter during the victorian times.  In the winter of 1885-1886 Snow fell in October, November, December, January, February, March, April and May! The Thames  river was recorded to have frozen over about once every 10 years over the course of the 19th century, making ice strong enough to hold frost fairs on.

Stay tuned for an extra update on Friday, courtesy of the patreons meeting the monthly goal!